CMST 2500 Media Studies
4 semester hours
This course introduces students to three key areas in the field of media and communication: 1) media industries, circulation and the political economy of media; 2) the legacy of British Cultural Studies in exploring identity, resistance, and the active audience; 3) media effects, including quantitative audience reception studies and ethnographic approaches to audience analysis. Students will be encouraged to directly engage with the political, social, cultural, and economic influence of evolving technologies and mediums in our digitally mediated global environments.
Must be completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better.
Prerequisites: CMST 1600 and CMST 1700 .
University Core fulfilled: Flag: Quantitative Reasoning.